RE-ENFORCEMENT — What is the Goal?

March 23, 2018

(Author’s Note: The topic for this article was originally suggested by a comment from Barry McKinnon of MC Squared Design Group, North Vancouver, BC., Canada.) OK, ladies and gentlemen, it’s time for some serious military grade explosive driven myth busting! MYTH #1: Sounds reinforcement is a 20th century development. We have a tendency to think […]

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In My Head or On the Stage

July 20, 2017

The house of worship sound reinforcement space can be segmented in a wide variety of ways for a large number of purposes. The simplest divider is whether or not the worship style/service includes musical and singing (vocalist) performers. At this early point in the discussion, it doesn’t matter what kind of music, how many performers […]

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Meyer Sound’s LEO Family Grows with LINA and 750-LFC

April 3, 2017

Meyer Sound‘s LEO family of linear sound reinforcement systems has been expanded with the addition of the new LINA, a compact linear line array loudspeaker and companion 750-LFC, a compact low frequency control element. The self-powered LINA loudspeaker measures only 20.27 inches (515 mm) wide and weighs in at 43 lbs. (19.5 kg). Also, because LINA shares the […]

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Intelligibility and Acoustics: A Conflict Resolved?

March 14, 2017

It’s the Law The astonishing thing about the laws of physics and the mathematically derived acoustical parameters that govern sound reproduction is that, despite considerable effort by many well meaning or at least well motivated individuals and manufacturers over the last 150+ years, they simply haven’t changed, and, just in case you think there is […]

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